“How To Train Your Dog”
Pedro Garcia and his Del Prado Orchestra
“A Tropical Affair: LATIN AMERICAN DANCE POT-POURRI”
Audio Fidelity #AFLP 1842
Bill St. Clair
“Stephen Foster Favorites”
Parade # SP327
Antobal’s Cuban All-Stars
I took these pics of records from someone’s great collection at the MSP Music Expo in Minneapolis. I’m just now posting them! Of course I forgot the guy’s name who they belonged to, so if you see this send me an email so I can give you credit!
“Christmas at Our House”
“‘All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth’ & Festive Favorites for Children”
“The Twelve Days of Christmas”:
Eddie Miller and his Blue Notes
The Mayfair ALL-STAR Orchestra
“Frat House Party”
Golden Tone #C 4020
Is there a reason for that? Or is it just that publishers didn’t have a great sense for beauty?
BR: Good eye, Guga. Many of these cheapo-o Tops/Mayfair records seem to have the covers shot on what I assume is the company loading dock. You’ll even see the same cover pic on two different records!